The following poem was written about Lt. John Marsh, USN Seal Team 1, and his action in Vietnam which resulted in wounds so serious his career was ended. The poet, Tom Hayes, created the work from bits and pieces of conversation and stories between him and Marsh in Cazenovia.
Blunt Belle Column
Since when can’t a guy be friends with a girl, without wanting more? And since when can a girl want to be friends with a guy, without wanting more? It’s difficult for people in relationships to trust each other enough to have these boundaries. No one wants their girlfriend going out to chat with a guy, in a small town, because as we all know, gossip will spread.
Freeman will speak beginning at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 19, in Room 141 of Newhouse III at Syracuse University.
To the editor: I would like to thank everyone who came out to vote on Election Day in the Town of Salina.
To the editor: I want to express my appreciation to all the voters I met while campaigning who encouraged me to use my experience to better their lives in Onondaga County. I would have been deeply honored to represent and serve the residents of the Third District. It’s something I would not have taken lightly or for granted. I appreciate the support from all the people who voted for and supported me.
NOPL @ North Syracuse will join more than a thousand libraries around the world on Nov. 21 for the eighth annual celebration of gaming in libraries — International Games Day.
As winter draws near, it’s important to prepare ourselves for what the season might bring. Storms in recent years have brought unprecedented amounts of snow, freezing rain, high winds and extreme temperatures. Here in Onondaga County, those conditions can be harmful, causing power outages, endangering walkways and interrupting essential services. That’s why I encourage all to attend the upcoming Citizen Preparedness Training I’m hosting with the American Red Cross.
The brazen peal of bagpipes rang out on South Willow Street from the White Water Pub last Thursday evening. The melodic buzzing could be heard distinctly throughout the village business district.
This local historic marker has been in place since 1938. Its honoree is an active part of the Baldwinsville community yet today.
To the editor: I wish to thank the residents of Van Buren who exercised their right to vote on Tuesday, Nov. 3.
To the editor: I wanted to say how thankful I am. 2015 has been the worst year of my life. My 26-year-old son suffered a devastating stroke due to an operation in August. He remains hospitalized in Schenectady. As we attempt to function and deal with the overwhelming trauma of this event, I am thankful.
To the editor: In July of 2015, I attended a youth gathering with my church, St. Mark’s Lutheran Church in Baldwinsville.
After a lifetime of work, retirees face an entirely new set of challenges. How can they keep healthy, happy and engaged in the so-called “golden” years?
For students who love to solve problems, want to make the world a better place and constantly wonder about how things work, a career in a Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) field can be an attractive option.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR
To the editor: I want to extend my sincere gratitude and thanks to the whole Cazenovia community for their support and trust in me to allow me the privilege to continue as a town councilman.
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